A Meeting of the Minds
The convention is a great opportunity to network, present your research, and meet peers and distinguished researchers in a casual environment.
The APS Annual Meeting attracts over 4,300 participants who share the latest discoveries and developments in the field.
Who attends the APS Annual Convention?
• Distinguished Researchers and Educators
• Academic Administrators
• Faculty at Top Colleges and Universities
• Clinical Researchers
• Business and Management Consultants
• Students - The Future Leaders
Reserve space in the APS Exhibit Hall to connect with thought leaders in psychological science, as well as with promising students and skilled scientists at all career levels.
What kinds of organizations exhibit at the APS Convention?
Exhibitors at the APS convention include academic and scientific publishers, software and technology companies, laboratory equipment manufacturers, government agencies, data research providers, scientific societies and organizations, employees of psychological researchers and educators, and colleges and universities.
The Association for Psychological Science (previously the American Psychological Society) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of scientific psychology and its representation at the national and international level.
APS has approximately 33,000 members and includes the leading psychological scientists and academics, clinicians, researchers, teachers, and administrators.
The University of Arizona
Making and Remaking Memory: Past, Present and Future
Lynn Nadel will give this year’s Fred Kavli Keynote Address. A fellow of APS and the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Lynn Nadel’s scientific exploration of the hippocampus has led to groundbreaking developments in understanding how space and memory are represented in the brain. He coauthored the seminal book The Hippocampus as a Cognitive Map with John O’Keefe. Together, they received the 2006 Grawemeyer Award.